Redbone, Leon

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Pop Used - LP AS 8888 August
1985 Private Label Original In Shrink Wrap. Features Dr. John, David Bromberg, And Many Others. ... more details
 
Redbone, Leon - On The Track On The Track
Pop New - LP BS 2888 Warner
Sealed And Pristine 1975 Original.... more details
 
Redbone, Leon - From Branch To Branch From Branch To Branch
Pop New - LP EC 38-136 Emerald City
Sealed 1981 Original. Small, Clean Cut Out Hole.... more details
 
Redbone, Leon - Live Live
Jazz New - LP GSR3-851 Greene/ Stone
Sealed 1985 2LP Original Gatefold. Recorded Live At The Lone Star Cafe, New York City 1981.... more details
 
Redbone, Leon - Double Time Double Time
Pop New - LP BS 2971 Warner
Sealed 1977 Original. “Leon Redbone Followed Up His Debut Long-Player On The Track (1975) With Double Time (1977), An Equally Enchanting, If Not Somewhat Eclectic Blend, Of Jazz, Folk, Blues And Pop Standards -- All In Redbone's Undeniably Distinct Throaty Baritone. While The Tunes May Be Familiar, These Renderings Are Steeped In The Artist's Unique Sensibilities. The Results Are Uniformly Ingenious And Commence With A New Orleans Ragtime Flavored Interpretation Of Blind Boy Blake's Dirty "Diddy Wa Diddie" Blues. Augmenting Redbone's Acoustic Guitar Is An Extended Cast Of Session Stalwarts And A Host Of Other Musical Notables -- Such As Milt Hinton (Bass), Jonathan Dorn (Tuba), Vic Dickenson (Trombone) And Jo Jones (Drums). Don McLean (Banjo) Sits In, Supplying His Criminally Underutilized Instrumental Versatility On The Endearing Revamp Of Jimmie Rodgers' "Mississippi Delta Blues." The Decidedly Demented Reading Of "Sheik Of Araby" Is Nothing Short Of Inspired Insanity. Redbone Incorporates A Screamin' Jay Hawkins-Esque Persona Belting Out A Variety Of Hoots, Snorts, Howls And Hob-Gobbles Set Behind A Hot-Steppin' Fret Board Flurry À La Django Reinhardt. Among The Album's Most Affective Numbers Is A Cover Of A Second Rodgers' Penned And Similarly Titled "Mississippi River Blues." This Is One Of The More Intimately Emotive Performances On The Record And Features Another Jazz Legend, Yusef Lateef (Soprano Sax) -- Who Provides A Sweet Understated Counterbalance To Redbone's Dogged Delivery. Rounding Out The Stack Is The Sublimely Reverent "If We Never Meet Again This Side Of Heaven." The Backing Harmonies Are Courtesy Of The Incomparable Dixie Hummingbirds Whose Rich Blend Oozes From Behind The Minimalist Lead And Acoustic Piano Accompaniment. Potential Enthusiasts Are Well Served To Begin Their Discovery Of Leon Redbone Here.” Lindsay Planer, AMG.... more details
 
Redbone, Leon - On The Track On The Track
Pop Used - LP BS 2888 Warner
1975 Test Pressing. Appears To Have Been Played Once. The 5 Star Debut From The Guitar/Harmonica/Vocals/Throat Tromnet, One-Man Folk/Jazz Enigma.... more details
 
Redbone, Leon - Double Time Double Time
Pop Used - LP BS 2971 / R 13358 Warner
1977 Burbank Street Scene Label (RCA Record Club Edition With A1/B1 Indianapolis Stampers). Appears Unplayed. “Leon Redbone Followed Up His Debut Long-Player On The Track (1975) With Double Time (1977), An Equally Enchanting, If Not Somewhat Eclectic Blend, Of Jazz, Folk, Blues And Pop Standards -- All In Redbone's Undeniably Distinct Throaty Baritone. While The Tunes May Be Familiar, These Renderings Are Steeped In The Artist's Unique Sensibilities. The Results Are Uniformly Ingenious And Commence With A New Orleans Ragtime Flavored Interpretation Of Blind Boy Blake's Dirty "Diddy Wa Diddie" Blues. Augmenting Redbone's Acoustic Guitar Is An Extended Cast Of Session Stalwarts And A Host Of Other Musical Notables -- Such As Milt Hinton (Bass), Jonathan Dorn (Tuba), Vic Dickenson (Trombone) And Jo Jones (Drums). Don McLean (Banjo) Sits In, Supplying His Criminally Underutilized Instrumental Versatility On The Endearing Revamp Of Jimmie Rodgers' "Mississippi Delta Blues." The Decidedly Demented Reading Of "Sheik Of Araby" Is Nothing Short Of Inspired Insanity. Redbone Incorporates A Screamin' Jay Hawkins-Esque Persona Belting Out A Variety Of Hoots, Snorts, Howls And Hob-Gobbles Set Behind A Hot-Steppin' Fret Board Flurry À La Django Reinhardt. Among The Album's Most Affective Numbers Is A Cover Of A Second Rodgers' Penned And Similarly Titled "Mississippi River Blues." This Is One Of The More Intimately Emotive Performances On The Record And Features Another Jazz Legend, Yusef Lateef (Soprano Sax) -- Who Provides A Sweet Understated Counterbalance To Redbone's Dogged Delivery. Rounding Out The Stack Is The Sublimely Reverent "If We Never Meet Again This Side Of Heaven." The Backing Harmonies Are Courtesy Of The Incomparable Dixie Hummingbirds Whose Rich Blend Oozes From Behind The Minimalist Lead And Acoustic Piano Accompaniment. Potential Enthusiasts Are Well Served To Begin Their Discovery Of Leon Redbone Here.” Lindsay Planer, AMG.... more details
 

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